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Mona Freeman (born Monica Elizabeth Freeman on June 9, 1926 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a former American movie actress.
The 5' 1" blonde was a model while in high school, and after becoming the first "Miss Subways" of the New York City transit system, eventually signed a movie contract with Howard Hughes. Her contract was later sold to Paramount Pictures. After 1944, she became a popular teenage movie star. As an adult, her career slowed and she appeared in mostly B-movies, though one exception was her role in the film noir Angel Face (1952). Freeman's appearances in films ended in the 1950s but she continued to work in television.
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|Roughly Speaking||Barbara, ages 15-20||1945|
|The Heiress||Maria Almond||1949|
|Darling, How Could You!||Amy||1951|
|The Greatest Show on Earth||Herself||1952|
|Angel Face||Mary Wilton||1952|
|The Road to Denver||Elizabeth Sutton||1955|
|Dragoon Wells Massacre||Ann Bradley||1957|